Aaron Cammarata

Aaron Cammarata

Software Engineer, Google

Aaron Cammarata has been making games since he was 8 years old. In 1995, Activision started paying him for it, and he's been designing games ever since, working on titles like Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, as well as games for Disney, Pixar, and even DARPA. In 2011, he founded voidALPHA, an indie game studio focused on serious games and VR. He joined Google in 2016 as a game researcher, where he developed the Trust Spectrum, a design lens for building pro-social games that support human relations.